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love, 635.

* Thy days are done,' 256.

Vinctus' of Eschylus, ib.; from Unities, the, 348 n. 430 n. 605.
Thyrza, 858 n. 859n. «Stanzas to,' Anacreon, echo ayev Åspulda,' ib.; University education, advantages of,
858-861.

from the Medea' of Euripides, 1 599.
Tiber, the river, 146.

• Éputus urip,' 21; from the Arme | Unwin, Mrs., 829.
Tiberius, 156, 764.

nian,' 819; of the Greek War- Urban, Pope, 153.
Tibullus, bis Sulpicia ad Cerin song, Actre taidos,' 854; of the Urbino, duke of, 161.
thum'imitated, 5.

Romaic song, "ÈTLIVÚ quis,' etc. | Ursula, St., 724.
Tillotson, Archbishop, 631, 690. 855 ; of a Romaic love song, Ustica, 169.
Tilly, 542, 555.

864 ; from the Portuguese, Tu Usurers, 622.
Timbuctoo, 606, 727. Women of, mi chamas,' 867 ; of the Ro- Utraikey, 92.
741.

mance may doloroso del Sitio y Utrecht, 350.
Time, 112, 141, 645, 648, 649, Toma de Alhama,' 889; from
722, 756. 'Lines to,' 756, 864. Vittorelli, Di due vaghe don-

v.
Timoleon, 261.

zelle,' 891; of Francesca da
Timon, 68.

Rimini,' 899.

Vacancy, 127.
Timour, 710, 870, 493.
“Trecentisti,' the, 344.

Vacca, Dr., 126.
Tiraboschi, 155, 159.

Tree of knowledge, 420, 509, 605. | Vaccination, 606.
Tiresias, 758.
Tree of life, 509, 510.

Valentia, Lord (now Earl of Mount-
“'T is done—and shivering in the Trelawney, Mr., rxviii., 462 n. norris), 65 n.
gale,' 850.
Trenck, Baron, 475 n.

Valenza, cardinal of, 252 n.
'Tis time this heart should be un- Treviso, 348, 356.

Valière, Madame la, 834.
moved,' 904.

Trévoux, Journal of, 344. Dic- Valour, the grave of, 583.
Tita, Lord Byron's Italian servant, tionnaire de, 612 n.

• Vampire, The, a Fragment,' 818.
XXX.
Trieste, 464 n.

Vampire Superstition, 204.
Titans, 714.
Trimmer, Mrs., 595.

Vanessa, Swift's, 834.
Tithes, 774.

Trinity College, Cambridge, 15 n. •Vanity of Human Wishes,' John-
Titian, his portrait of Ariosto, Tripoli, 637.

son's, 648 n.
308 n.
Tripolitza, 99, 260 n.

Varro, 165 n. 336 v.
Tittle-tattle, 738.
Triptolemus, 573.

• Vathek,' 73 n. 210 n. 267 n.
Titus, 645, 769. The master of Tritonia, 94.

Vatican, 136 n. 144.
Troad, the, 656 n.

Vauban, Marshal, 691.
Tivoli, cascade of, 135 n.

Troy, 645, 656. Authenticity of | Vaucluse, 160.
Tobacco, 582.

the tale of, 65 . 656, 659. Vault Reflections,' 868. See
Tolbooth, the, 56.

Truth, stranger than fiction, 760, • Windsor Poetics.'
Tom Thumb, xvii. 52, 60 a.

Vauxhall, 312.
Tom Jones, an accomplished black Tully's "Tripoli,' 642.

Velino, 134, 135 n.
guard,' 752.

“Tu mi chamas,' translated, 867. Velitræ, 156.
Tomb, 764.
Tunis, 637.

Velluti, account of, 657 n.
Tombs, folly of erecting large ones, Turin, 156, 278 n.

Vely Pacha, 102, 103.
667.

Turkey, state of manners in, 103. Venality, 664.
Tomerit, Mount, 90.

Turkey, women of, xxii. 90, 676. Venetian dialect, xxiv. 311.
Tonga Islands, 575, 585 M. | Their life in the harams, 313, Venetian fazzioli, xxv. 311 n. 616.
Tonson, Jacob, the book seller, 299 r. 314.

Venetian nolete, sketched by Gritti,
763 n.

Turks, character and manners of 386 n.
Toobonai, 577.

the, 103, 213 n. 217 n. 313. Vengeance, 232, 354.
Tooke, John Horne, 406, 770. Turnpike road, 725.

Venice, the gondolas of, 127, 128,
Torre, village of, 162, 163. Turpin, 769.

148, 309. St. Mark's, 128, 150,
• Torstenson, 542.
Tuscany, 154, 161.

357, 358, 385. Lion and Horses
Torture, 128, 468.
Tusculum, 169.

at, 128, 149. Rialto, 127, 309.
Tournefort, 204 n. 667 n.

Teddell, John, his account of Su Bridge of Sighs and State Dun-
Tower of Babel, 667.

warrow, 710 n.

geons, 127, 147, 358 n. Piaz-
Town and country, 776.
Tweed, the, 56.

zetta, 150, 307. Carnival, 305,
Town life, 732.
Twilight, 646.

307. Manfrini Palace, 308. Ri-
Townshend, Rev. George, his "Ar Twiss, Horace, esq., 312 n. dotto, 312. Women, 311, 315.
mageddon,' 174, 175 n. Tyranny, 895.

Morals and manners in, 149,
Trafalgar, 88, 146, 593.
Tyre, 77, 128, 703.

305, 308, 309, 315, 386 n. 392.
Trajan's column, 139.
Tyrian purple, 769.

Present state of, 386 n. Prophecy
Translations :-of · Adrian's Ad-

respecting, 387 n. Account of the
dress to his soul when dying,' 5;

ancient Nobility, 393. "Ode on,'
from Catullus, 'ad Lesbiam,"ib.;

894. See also, xxiii. xxiv. 127,
of Tibullus, Sulpicia ad Cerin- Ugoccion Contrario, 272 n.

128, 152, 305, 358'n., 795, 826.
thum, ib.; of the 'Epitaph on Ugolino, 337, 623.

Ventote, George, 105.
Virgil and Tibullus, by Domitius Ukraine, the, 316.

Venus, 632, 776.
Marsus,' ib.; from Catullus, 'Lu-Ulissipont, 72 n.

Venus of Medicis, '132 n., 156,
gete, Veneres, Cupidinesque,' ib.; Ulysses, 806, 807. His dog Argus, 308 n., 654, 826.
of Horace's Justum et tenacem, | 638. His whistle, 751. Venusia, 169.
ib.; from Anacreon, Mosovuxtícis Umbritius, 166.

Venuti, Abate, 166 n., 167.
Redbo úpais,'6; from the Prometheus | Uncertainty, 697.

Vernet, 748.

767.

Vernon, General, 592.

Walton, Izaak, 'a quaint old cruel When coldness wraps,' etc., 257.
Verona, xxi. Amphitheatre of, coxcomb,'751. Defence of, 751n. When from the beart,' etc., sek.

Juliet's tomb at, Tombs of the Waltz, The; an Apostrophic Hymn, 'When I roved, a young Highlande,
Scaligers, and Claudian's old man 191.

43.
of, 571, 571 n. Congress at, Waltzing, 732. Sheridan's lines When man, expell’d from Eden's
734.
on, 194 n.

bowers,' 848.
Verres, 96.

• Wanderings of Cain, Coleridge's, When Thurlow this damn'd nos-
Versatility, 777.
529.

sense sent,' 865.
· Verses found in a Summer House Wapping, 582, 824.

1 When Time, or soon or late, shal
at Hales-Owen,' 863.

War, 694, 698, 709, 711, 716. bring,' 860.
Verses : “Remember thee!' 864. Warburton, Bishop, 680 n. “When to their airy hall,' 4.
Versicles,' 892.
Warriors, 659.

"When we two parted,' 846.
Vespasian, the emperor, 165, 169. Warsaw, 722.

Whetter, statue of the, 156.
Vesta, temple of, 189 n.

Warton, Dr. Thomas, his character | Whigs, 733.
Vesuvius, 569, 699,

of Crashaw, 643n. His character Whiskers, 193.
Vevay, 120 n., 121 n.

of Voltaire, 678.

Whist, 645.
• Vicar of Wakefield,' 773 n. Warwick, Earl of, 823 n. "Whistlecraft,' 305-307 n. 325,
Vice, 79, 661.

Washington, George, 137, 406, 788. The humour of, not wil,
Vice, suppression of, 59.

569, 571, 698, 712, 870.

802.
Vicenzo, Damodos, 105.

"Wat Tyler,' Southey's, 39.7, 410, Whitbread, Samuel, esq., 407 ..
Vico-Varo, town of, 169.

411, 798, 800.

733, 863 n. "The Demosthebes
Victor, St., priory of, near Geneva, Watch-dog, 605.

of bad taste,' 572 n.
278 n.

Waterloo, xxiii. 113, 114, 115, White, Henry Kirke, esq., 62,
Victory, 113, 707.

118, 569, 572, 702, 711, 873. 63 n.
Vienna, 102.

Ode on,' 873.

White, Lydia, 346.
Villeneuve, 280 n. 282 n.

Watkins, Dr. John, his Remarks White, Rev. Blanco, 80 N.
Vincent, Rev. Dr., 175 n.

on •Don Juan,' 785.

Who kill'd John Keats ?' 902.
Vineyards, the best, 749. Watson, Bishop, his reply to the . Why, how now, saucy Tom?'
Vintage, 605.

moderator in the schools of Cam-l 893.
Virgil, 598. “Epitaph on,' 5. bridge, 506.

Widdin, 663.
Virgin Mary, portraits of, 630, 646. Watts, Alaric A., esq., 780. Wieland, 62 n.
Virtues, the, 661.

Way, William, esq., 59.n. Wilberforce, William, esq., 661,
Visconti, 126, 167 n.

Weber (a German back writer), 736. “The Washington of Afri-
· Vision of Belshazzar,' 257.

173 n.

ca,' 758.
Vision of Judgment, 394. I'Weep, daughter of a royal line,'| Wildman, Colonel, the present pro-
Vitellius, 898.

861.

prietor of Newstead, 844 r.,
Vittorelli, sonetto di,' 891. Weight of human ashes, 868 n. 847 n.
Voice, fascination of a sweet, 630, / Weimar, 349 n. 542. ,

Wilkes, John, esq., 404, 405,
761.

Well, thou art happy, and I feel,' 834.'
Voltaire, his character by Lord ! 847.

Wilkie, David, 78 n.
Byron, 124. His history of Wellesley, Marquis, 192.

William the Conqueror, 721.
Charles XII. quoted, 316. His Wellesley, Sir Arthur, 74 n. 82 n. William III., 9 n.
character by Dr. Carton, 678. See Wellington.

| Williams, Mrs., fortune-teller, ber
And by Lord Holland, ib. His Wellesley, Hon. William Long Pole, prediction concerning Lord By-
• Vous pleurez,' ib. His defence 733.

ron, xij.
of the Calas family, ib.

Wellington, Duke of, xxiii. 76 n. Williams, H. W., esq., his Tra-
Vopiscus, 168 n.

192 n., 572, 702, 711, 734, 736, vels in Greece,' 79 n., 134 n.,
Vossius, 166.

135 n., 854 n., 855 n.
Vulgarity of style, 841.
Welsted, 829.

Willis, Dr., anecdote of, 178.
Wengen Alps, 119 n.

Will o' the wisp, 695.
W.

"Were my bosom as false,' 258. Wilson, Professor, 590 r. 806. His

Werner; or, The Inheritance; al minor poems, 651 7. His .City
Wahabees, the, 93.

Tragedy, 532.

of the Plague,' 351, 804. Cri-
Walcheren, 816.

Werther, effects of Goethe's, 349 n. tical notes by, passim.
Walcot, Dr. (Peter Pindar), 407 n. Mad. de Staël's character of, ib. Windham, Right Hon. William,
Walker, lexicographer, 312. Wesley, Rev. John, 690. | 168 n.
Wallenstein, 542, 566.

West, Benjamin, esq., Europe's Windsor Poetics,' 868.
Walpole, Horace, Lord, xxxii. His worst dauber,' 189.

Wine, 632, 633, 650.
talents underrated, 351. His West, Mr. (Ainerican artist), his Wingfield, Hon. John, xiii. Ivül.
incomparable • Letters,' ib. His conversations with Lord Byron, 33 n. 83 n.
'Castle of Otranto' and 'Myste 786.

Winkelmann, 164, 165, 6542
rious Mother, ib.

| Westminster Abbey, 728, 827. Wisdom, 116, 151, 683.
Walpole, Sir Robert, 177. His po- Wetterhorn, 287 n.

Witch of Endor, 256, 257 n. 291 m.
litical axiom, 664. His conver- What matter the pangs,' 903. "Without a stone to mark,' etc.,
sation at table, 834.
“When a man hath no freedom to

858.
Walsh, Rev. Dr. R., his account fight for at home,' 901.

Wives, 638.
of Ali Pacha's assassination, When all around grew drear and / Wolfe, General, 592.
91 n.

dark,' 878.

Wollstoncraft, Mary, 798.

739 n.

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Woman, 87, 634, 650, 674, 716. 660, 678, 731, 798–802, 825,
754, 759.

885 n., 902 n.
Woman's lore, 611, 634, 636, World, its vicissitudes, 653. Re-Yanina, 89.
674.

lics of a former, 714. "A glo- • Yarrow Unvisited,' parody on,791.
Women, Spanish, described, 78, rious blunder,'727. "The great,' | York, the late Duke of, xvi. n.

79 n. Venetian, 311. Their un described, 730, 732, 733, 746, Young, Dr. E., 733, 877 n.
natural situation, 634. Their 753.

| Youth, 372, 614, 649.
love of match-making, 737, 763. Wrangham, Rev. Francis, 803. Yussuff Pacha, XII.
English, 740, 741.

Wraxall, Sir Nathaniel, his cha-
"Wooden spoons,' 647.

racter of the Prince of Wales,
Woodhouselee, Lord, 153 n.

742 n. .
Worceste", 136 n., 827.

Wright, Ichabod, esq., 63. His Zanetti, 150.
Words, 615.

translation of Dante, 623 n. Zanga, 12, 35 n.
Wordsworth, William, esq., his Wright, Walter Rodwell, esq., his Zante, xxxi.

Lyrical Ballads,' 53, 799, 805. Horæ lonicæ,' 63 n. 102. Zappi, Giov. Battista, 340n.
His • Excursion,' 457 n. 581 n. Wrinkles, 720.

Zara, 348, 350, 369.
590, 645, 768, 801. His ‘Peter Writer, life of a, 794.

Zegri, 570.
Bell,'646, 800, 801. His • Wag- Writing, 801.

Zeluco, 68.
goners,' 646. His sneer at Dry- | Wycherley, Pope's advice to, 54 n. Zeno, Carlo, 151, 159.
den, ib. His 'Leodamia,' 650 n.

Ziani, Sebastian, Doge, 150.
His description of Carnage, 699.

X.

Zinghis Khan, 710.
His Yarrow Unvisited,' 791.

Ziska, John, 540, 568.
Lord Byron's Review of his early | Xantippe, 336 n.

Zitza, 89, 96, 852 n.
poems, 805. See also, 63, 180, Xeres, 572.

Zoroaster, 746 n.
307 m., 345, 602, 613, 645, 646, | Xerxes, 337, 605, 633, 644. | Zosimado, 101.

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